Former Roc-A-Fella Records artist Memphis Bleek has come forward to update fans on his status in the music biz and explain his disinterest in releasing a studio album.
In Bleek’s opinion, the general public is no longer interested in supporting album releases.
“I’m just not passionate about an album. I don’t think nobody buy albums. Nobody cares about albums. Music don’t last that long no more to really drop an album anymore. An album lasts about a week now. Then the next day they on somebody’s new single on the Internet. Your album is forgotten about. I make records all the time. I got a whole stash of records. That’s why I’m getting back into the groove of dropping records.” (“The Breakfast Club”)